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have a deficit. here's a project that gets substantial tax revenue without raising taxes through economic activity, through job creation. further and perhaps most importantly, it will help put our country within striking range of a long-sought goal -- true energy security. for the first time in generations, the united states with its friend and ally canada will have the capacity to produce more energy than we use, reducing or eliminating our reliance on the middle east and other volatile parts of the world. the argument has been advanced that the oil sands will increase carbon emissions and that failing to build the keystone x.l. will somehow reduce emissions. but let's look at that claim. that's the other piece. let's look at the environmental aspects of this project. today, more than 80% of all new recovery in the oil sands is being accomplished in situ, a technology that makes oil sands carbon footprint comparable to conventional drilling. in fact, the oil sands industry has reduced greenhouse gas emissions per barrel of oil produced by an average of 26% since 1990, with some
tax rates anyway by nearly 25%. what it triggered was falling inflation, falling interest rates and the strongest economic expansion in 30 years. [ male announcer ] i've seen incredible things. otherworldly things. but there are some things i've never seen before. this ge jet engine can understand 5,000 data samples per second. which is good for business. because planes use less fuel, spend less time on the ground and more time in the air. suddenly, faraway places don't seem so...far away. ♪ no they don't. hey son. have fun tonight. ♪ ♪ back against the wall ♪ ain't nothin to me ♪ ain't nothin to me [ crowd murmurs ] hey! ♪ [ howls ] ♪ >>> global stock market still on a tear. did you know almost 20 world indexes traded at new multi year highs this year already? did you know japan, the hottest of the hot up 3.8% just today? cnbc's seema mody joins us. >> we have seen a revival in global equities. better than expected earnings. easy money from the fed and decent economic data brought fresh money to equitieequities. the s&p 500 and nasdaq trade at new highs. the ral d
in their nation's roads and bridges not up to snuff. he will be paying the price in the form of the taxes. i will break it down coming up. ♪ officemax is celebrating our new collaboration with go daddy! with an online package including: domain name, website builder with five pages and basic email just $49.99! that's up to 76 percent below online providers and only at officemax stores! did you know not all fiber is the same? citrucel is different- it's the only fiber for regularity that won't cause excess gas. it's gentle and clinically proven to help restore and maintain regularity. look for citrucel today. ♪ >> from our fox business studios in new york, here again is gerri willis. ♪ gerri: just after the election a handful of states filed petitions to try to secede from the union. while the chances of that happening are slim to none, virginia, looking to break ties with the federal monetary system , the state house recently approving a study to determine whether the state should adopt its own currency because the fears of the dollar. the bill would spend $20,000 on a steady calling fo
with disabilities hey! hey honey! hey alan. uh, hey.... i'm bob, we talked at the tax store. i did your taxes. i thought you were a tax expert? today, i'm a master plumber. major tax stores advertise for preparers with "no tax experience necessary." at turbotax, you only get answers from cpas, eas or tax attorneys - all real tax experts. ...than h&r block stores and all other major tax stores combined. i just finished a bowl of your light chicken pot pie soup and it was so rich and creamy... is it really 100 calories? let me put you on webcan... lean roasted chicken... and a creamy broth mmm i can still see you. [ male announcer ] progresso. you gotta taste this soup. of green giant vegetables it's easy to eat like a giant... ♪ and feel like a green giant. ♪ ho ho ho ♪ green giant
that cuts defense spending once again. it has $500 billion in new taxes and also cuts in domestic spending. it is irresponsible, unacceptable. it leaves their troops and our economy and ready to face the challenges of the future. or the threats of today. when i went to the steering committee to apply for this job, i explained to them the way i saw the jobless to make sure that our troops, those who we sent into harm's way would have everything they needed to carry out their missions and return home safely. everything in the way resources, training, leadership, these things are very important. and i look at what is happening with these cuts that we have seen the last couple of years and it is just irresponsible that the commander in chief, his main job should be the same that i look at as my job, only he should be looking out for the soldiers, sailors, airmen and marines that he sent into harm's way. he should not send them with anything less than the told that -- the total they need. and to be stepping up and continuing to cut -- i visited with their top leaders, and they have told me that
-home pay, because of the expiration of a payroll tax holiday. so will consumers be forced to cut back spending, hurting economic growth, and stock market performance? >> not necessarily, because rising gasoline prices is usually predicated on a weaker dollar or better economic activity. better economic activity would lead to higher earnings. >> reporter: wolfberg says crude prices would have to jump $10 a barrel, or roughly 10%, before there's a major hit to the u.s. economy. erika mille "n.b.r.," new york. >> tom: still aad, the federal resee theatest target a cyber attack, areompanies taking cyber risks seriously? >> susie: on wall street today, a choppy day of trading with investors focused on new concerns about the outlook for europe's economy, and a new batch of corporate earnings. with more than half of the companies in the s&p reporting, quarterly results have been better than expected. still, by the closing bell, stocks were virtually unchanged. the dow rose seven points, the nasdaq fell three, and the s&p added nearly a point. >> susie: while the stock market is flirting wit
>> we'll talk about it later. we had seven states that had no state income tax, but there are other states that are working in that direction. bobby jindal is trying to put louisiana there. the now republican governor of north carolina trying to bring down rates or perhaps eliminate them altogether. >> because they can attract business because you've got people in texas, louisiana and other states knows you can attract business and even chris christie in new jersey, he's trying to steal business out of illinois. same thing, he can give them better deals, better tax rates and a better quality of life for the residents there. more people have jobs in that state, the more revenue they pay to the state the better off the state is, they get it. >> if you want to work. if you want to sue people, you go to chicago and california. cheryl, thanks very much. coming up next, one of our voices from chicago weighs in on that city's cops, suing for overtime pay for blackberry use and a little later, bruce willis whose latest action movie is about to hit the theater coming out against gun control.
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the american public wants the package delivered on saturday, but they also do not want to take on tax burdens to bail us out. in terms of delivering mail more than 5 days a week, we take no tax money now, and we don't want to take it. charles: by the same token, this will save perhaps $2 billion a year, but post offers lost $ 1 billion last year this is something akin to the pro verbal drop in the bucket. at some point unions they have to come to the table and make some sacrifices? >> the unions have played sacrifices, -- have made sacrifices, to give you an idea in last 4 years we reduced a head count by 193,000 people with the same work lloyd, key thing to remember about finance with we lost 15.9 billion last year, 11.1 was due to our inability to make a prefunding requirement for retiree health benefits, operating cost was closer to 2.5 billion, moving to things in our health care give us the ability to close the gap, we have a 5 year plan if we make that happen, we get profitable, and can payoff our debt. charles: i don't' to be disrespectful it sounds something like a pipe dream, these a
.... i'm bob, we talked at the tax store. i did your taxes. i thought you were a tax expert? today, i'm a master plumber. major tax stores advertise for preparers with "no tax experience necessary." at turbotax, you only get answers from cpas, eas or tax attorneys - all real tax experts. ...than h&r block stores and all other major tax stores games is tough enough, but because of the fog the warriors were forced to fly to tulsa earlier this morning, and then take an hour and a half cab ride to oklahoma city. they finally got to their hotel rooms around 4:00 a.m. golden state turned the ball over 19 times tonight. russell westbrook with the bounce pass to dure rapt for the jam. he had 25 points. the warriors were sleep walking the first half. westbrook scores over david lee and the foul. the thunder cruise to a 119-98 victory. kevin martin with the big finish and fall to 0-2 on the road trip. stanford was at arizona and hoping to cut the tree down to size. the cardinal was playing well of late and lead most of the way. down the stretch the wild cats take the lead. a season high 25 poin
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that ends this governance by crisis. >> the president wants fewer cuts and more tax revenue. that's the same argument he made during the fiscal cliff talks with republicans late last year. >>> a new push in maryland, it's aimed at preventing the long lines during early voting. today the house ways and means committee is considering a bill to increase the number of early voting center. last fall some voters stood in line for hours just to vote early. until this new proposal, even county would get more voting locations officials would ultimately decide where they go. governor o'malley is also pushing to increase the number of early voting days from six to eight. >>> a news4 exclusive tonight. metro is testing the tracks for the silver line. we're getting the first and only look before riders hop aboard. >>> people love the redskins, but a lot of people don't love the name. we'll talk about a new push tonight for change. >>> plus an explosion at this deli shop. tonight there are new developments about the man hurt. "news4 at 5" is just getting started. >>> a news4 exclusive tonight, a look at t
for more tax increases. hollywood a-list or bruce willis: not those who would take away our guns offering a stern message for the president. and the nations biggest red state going after the biggest blue state all about drumming up business. we will show you how to score this battle in snakes "chalk talk." with an administration that avoids consequences of their public policy decisions. this time president obama asking congress to bail him out of the so-called defense sequester, nearly $500 billion cut in funding to our defense department that will cost thousands of jobs and undoubtedly weaken our national security. here is jay carney offering a bag and consuming answer as he tries to shift the responsibility for action from the president to congress. >> the president was clear he believes if we don't have the time or the are not inclined in the short term to accept the offer that he put forward that would resolve the sequester and then some with deficit reduction that we should at the very least take action for temporary buydown just as we did at the end of the year of the sequester to p
federal tax is taken out of think paycheck. the federal government views these to be taxable income. therefore city employees and others with same-sex spouses or domestic partners are taxed more than other city employees simply because their spouses are the same gender. this discame nation has caused same-sex spouses and domestic partners thousands and thousands of dollars each year and the city and county active members is approximately 386 as of the end of last year. san francisco always has been uni hope always will be a leader in supporting our lgbt community. following the example of other municipalities such as cambridge, massachusetts and google and could i hope we will do the same. this legislation will ensure same-sex domestic partners who work for the city and county of san francisco will not be burdened with these taxes. ultimately this is an issue of equality. the additional taxs is one of the many results of defense of act act or doma. married lgbt committees are already denied many rights and this additional tax adds another sting to the injustice of doma. this brings
reuse, it was a historical element, a strong second tax advantage with historic preservation credits which i think were never used before in a manner that they were brought forward here and commissioner sugaya is the expert on that. it was a great really joyous moment to see this project come together as quickly as it did, so as many people think that can't do in san francisco, nothing can be delivered, this is proof of an extremely complicated project if you get the list of who indeed helped bring it about from the federal government, veteran's administration and on and on, i think we can all be proud of this project. >> commissioner antonini. >> yeah, i know there is legislation that's being introduced by supervisor farrow regarding condo conversions and as you know, there are many people who are already in tenants and commons situations often grouped with people they may not be really linked to and they are co-owners until such time an ownership situation is used, these will become individualized, i think has a lot of promise, but me *f my question is is this going to come before
flacco. the salary-cap situation would avoid having to use the franchise tax on flacco. they will not repeat mistakes following the first super bowl where they had to mortgage the future to repeat the chance. they want to make it clear -- they are not going that route again. >> we are not going to get caught up in the moment and do things to our salary cap and make decisions in the euphoria of winning that could hurt us in 2014 and 2015, like we did in 2001. every single veteran was restructured so that every single veteran could stay. then we ended up losing some many people next year. you have to make sure the excitement of the day does not cloud what we promised to build, and that was a consistent when -- -- win. >> it was really interesting to watch today. >> and the big thing is the future. that is the idea of, it is great to be super bowl champion. that is the goal. do not get caught up trying to be the repeat champion. the overall philosophy, at every year you try. >> kudos. you did a bang up job this season. >> today. >> it was great to share with you. >> you h
alan. uh, hey.... i'm bob, we talked at the tax store. i did your taxes. i thou??t you were a tax expert? today, i'm a master plumber. major tax stores advertise for preparers with "no tax experience necessary." at turbotax, you only get answers from cpas, eas or tax attorneys - all real tax experts. ...than h&r block stores and all other major tax stores combined. >>> today's style is brought to you by -- yoplait. learn how to take your look from good to so good with tips from today's style experts. >> in today's style, rock royalty daughter kelly osbourne has been in the public eye for most of her life, but now she is known as a fashion critic on e's "fashion police." >> they had their own fashion bowl, and at the end of the show, each host did their own touchdown dance. let's take a look at kelly's. ♪ >> wow! >> okay. >> i wish we could look at joan's. >> joan's was absolutely amazing. >> was it? >> george shocked me in a way that i didn't think he possibly could. >> how so? >> because, he came in, george doesn't wear jeans like that. didn't occur to me they were going to be
consumers taking a hit to take home pay to higher payroll taxes which is part of the fiscal cliff resolution. courtney reagan here on the retail beat. hi, courtney. welcome back from dallas. >> january an interesting month. it is promotional. make way for full price spring merchandise. but that means many goods sold are sold at rock bottom prices that replaces it. of the 18 drugstore retailers, thompson reuters has a gain of 5.8%, year over year. far surpassing expectations of 3.5%, thanks for a demand of winter apparel. the biggest perform group by far with comps up 11.4%. discount retailers turning in the lowest comps for the month. jc penney increasing by 11.7%. sales are driven by quote fresh fashion which would suggest nonclearance sales. but the retailer up guidance, only slightly. for specialty, 8% increase in comes doubles expectations and limiting more than double on wall street chain sales. despite the big comps, limited says it's comfortable with earnings consensus and gap remains just slightly ahead of wall street estimates. disappointing, shares are selling off. >> gap has had a
. melissa: james, last word. 21 billion went on tax incentives for energy efficiency for renewable energy projects. i mean, maybe a great thing, but should potholes have come first maybe? i mean, maybe -- >> yeah, you know, it's a shame government doesn't work because this is actually the right, general structure for tax. ideally, it's a gas tax that pays for roads. so the user is paying. and, unfortunately, it doesn't go to roads. melissa: it doesn't work, right. that's the essential problem with government. it doesn't work. all right, guys, thanks. appreciate your time. >>> time now for today's fuel gauge report. a huge winter storm is barreling down towards the northeast. have you heard about this? didn't stop natural gas futures from nose diving today. natural gas stockpiles fell far less than anticipated last week, and lower oil refinery demand, crude hit a two-week low settling at $98.83 a barrel, and opec's production fell compared to december. output shed by 200,000 barrels to 30.45 million a day. lower production by saudi arabia -- we'll place the blame there. >>> all right, so i
to tax themselves more to pay for it? our news reporter cornell bernard is live with that story. >> the state of the city is wet today but pretty good. we sat down together to get a preview of the address. he plans to ask voters for help to john rate more revenue. >> things are getting better. >> he says they are improving despite many challenges, including a rising crime rate and creating more jobs. the mayor will talk about plans to support police services and restore pay to worker whose took cuts to help balance the budget in recent years. to do that a sales tax increase is needed. >> we have to go to the ballot to get permission. that would be in 2014. it depends on the voter support. we have done some polling. the voters think we are moving in the right direction. >> that poll shows 70's percent of voters may support a quarter percent sales tax increase but only 57 percent favor half a percent high. and a worker at a maintenance worker that contracts with the city likes anything that will help keep his job. >> another tax hike could be a tough sell. >> people reach fatigue
] there's one thing i admire about him, lrh as we call him. he did not believe in paying taxes and neither do i. [laughter] he got in trouble for not paying taxes. how did he get out of it? >> well, he died. [laughter] >> stephen: that's the ultimate escape. >> that's right. [ laughter ] yes, but -- his successor david miscavige by 1993 scientology owed $1 billion in back taxes and they didn't have it. they had to get a tax exemption. they launched a lawsuit against the irs. they put private investigators on agents to see who drank too much, who was foolg around on the road. whatever the merit of the case was, those lawsuits were dropped. >> stephen: they got be officially in a religion and they dropped 24 lawsuits. >> exactly and called off the private investigators. >> stephen: one of the other things that appeals to me about scientology is that they are into celebrities. >> yes. >> stephen: i'm a celebrity. they've done great things for them. tom cruise has not aged. [ laughter ] would it help me. if i went to hollywood and went to the celebrity center and became a scientologist would t
,000 a year will see any form of tax increase. >> nothing in this plan will require you or your employer to change the coverage of the doctor you have. >> sean: you any term brings brand new lies from the president. why he's broken his word again and again z then, coming up... 6. >> it's not illegal anymore. >> sean: bomb shell testimony from a top immigration expert. he rereveals why new acts and rules could lead to the next september 11th we'll have the story and david limbaugh all coming up. [ woman ] my boyfriend and i were going on vacation, so i used my citi thankyou card to pick up some accessories. a new belt. some nylons. and what girl wouldn't need new shoes? and with all the points i've been earning, i was able to get us flight to our favorite climbing spot even on a holiday weekend. ♪ things are definitely looking up. [ male announcer ] with no blackout dates, you can use your citi thankyou points to travel whenever you want. visit citi.com/thankyoucards to apply. >> all right. for the past four years president obama in order to push through his radical agenda flat-out lie
taxes. now a preview of that. >> the mayor will build his state of the city address around a word that normally no one wants to hear, taxes. tonight, the mayor 8 call on community leaders to organize a campaign for city seals tax -- sales tax to restore money to city workers who took cuts. residents are willing to pay new taxes with 70 percent support for a .25 sales tax increase and 57 percent for half a cent sales tax increase. the earliest this would be on the ballot is next year. folks here in san jose have voted four times to aprove sales tax increases since the mayor has taken office back in 2007 and it is not clear if another will fly. we will find out tonight when the mayor makes his state of the city address tonight. >> right now we have breaking news to tell you about in southern california. three police officers have been shot, two in riverside and one in corona. this is over riverside where the police department says an officer was killed. reports say the shootings could be related to a suspect wanted in connection of a double murder in irving. this has gotten a lot of
all of our revenue from the sale of postage. we take no tax dollars. we do not want tax dollars. >> zero. zero tax dollars. in other words, you're not getting shafted. now let's just make sure that we're all clear on this issue. the post office receives, again, as i said, zero tax dollars for operations. it's run as an independent agency. postal employees are civil servants. it's the only institution in america that has been forced to prefund for 75 years a pension plan in a ten-year window. it would have a $1.5 billion surplus in 2012 without this pension requirement. do we get that, folks? this is government intervention by the republicans before they handed the gavel to nancy pelosi. and this is what they stuck the workers with. they want to destroy the post office because they want to privatize everything. today i guess you can say is chapter one, where is the banner, mission accomplished for the republican destruction of the middle class in this country. now, congressman darrell issa, who he just loves the news. he called it common sense-sense reform. of course it's common
. >> what do you have for us in the next half-hour? >> tax time right around the corner. a couple things you can do this weekend if you want to procrastinate a little bit longer. it will make you feel like you're getting stuff done. it will make the ultimate job easier. >> thank you, jess. >>> for the first time president obama has nominate add woman to fill one of his second term cabinet openings. that story coming up. >> another one of the president's nominees is facing some tough questions or will face tough questions coming up today on capitol hill. >> ahead in sports, the wizards stay in the win column by ruining someone else's winning streak. we'll have highlights when we come back. >>> welcome back. 5:09. we have a chilly morning. lots of 20s out there. it's not going to be nearly as nice as yesterday. some of you may see a sprinkle before the day is over. here's a look at the day planner with temperatures getting into the upper 30s. that's it in some of our northern suburbs to 44 down south. perhaps a peek or two of sun. a cloudy afternoon. look for a high of 41 in d.c. rain moves in
. we take no tax dollars. we don't have the ability to reduce costs in a way a private business would. and we are at the end of our borrowing authority. to give some perspective of our liquid situation, a typical large organization would either have cash on hand or quick borrowing ability. in october, the postal service had less than four days of cash on hand. that's a very scary situation and no situation that a business should be in. and this is why we have taken aggressive steps to reduce our costs and why we have been so vocal about seeking postal reform legislation. we faced a major hurdle to return to profitability and long-term stability. we need to generate $20 billion in cost reductions and revenue increases to close the budget gap and be able to repay our debt, both close the gap and repay the debt. and this is why the board of governors has directed us to take every necessary step to reduce costs and conserve cash necessary to continue our operations. it's what we have been doing consistently over the last couple of years. and we will be accelerating those efforts moving fo
for business.com. and see why our low taxes, sensible regulations, and fair legal system are just the thing to get your business moving. >> bill: that ad is running in most large california cities and of course is very controversial. joining us now from fort worth, texas. brook rollins. promotes free enterprise in that state from. san francisco, chief legal officer at virtual fan network and digital media company. joe, we begin with you. this is -- they are trying to poach business from your state, take them out and they have the stats to back it up, joe. >> well, i don't know about that i mean, california created more jobs last year than texas, oregon, and west virginia combined. but, i do want to thank the governor for spending his $24,000 here in california. my personal opinion it probably would have been better spent with the boys to men campaign. the reality is california is never going to compete with texas on oil production and natural gas production. the same way texas is not going to be able to compete with california, northern california with entrepreneurialism and culture innovat
't get the check out, they pay more and more. the tax tab just keeps going up, up, up, up, up, up. >> well, i'm not surprised because this is just the nature of government relief. gerri: it sure is. >> it isn't very cost effective. this ties in to the other big story that's going on this week in washington which is, you know, whether these federal agencies can, you know, cut five cents out of the dollar, you know, in these sequester cuts and all the agencies are saying, oh, my goodness, we can't possibly absorb these cuts. jr. jer that's going to be our deficit this year. are you happy about that? we're under a trillion. whoo hoo, throw a party, right? >> and the sequester's supposed to cut that by a grand total of about 10%. but fema's a perfect example of what i'm talking about. does anybody not really believe that fema couldn't increase its efficiency by 5%? my goodness, that's nothing given the kind of waste, fraud and abuse that you've shown on this show. look, they could easily do that. gerri: well, that would be a starting point. that's not the whole way to go, that's for s
you think about the proposed tax increases the president made yesterday? caller: i think, my issue with that -- we have already had our tax increase in the first place. i don't necessarily agree with them. i realize that you need a little more revenue. i will agree with that to an extent, because it is both sides. if he is trying come to a balanced proposal at this point in time and propose equal cuts versus revenue, that's not fair, because we have already increased our taxes in the first place. the original deal was supposed to solve the fiscal cliff. host: april is on our facebook page. randy is an independent in butler, oklahoma. good morning. caller: i think they ought to let it go through. military budgets have doubled in the last 12 years and the research and development part of that is over $60 billion. that is not buying tanks or anything. we have spent $200 billion on the f-22 program, the fight for that no one wants. plenty of things to cut. go ahead and raise my taxes. i realize we have to bring in more money. i'm a grown-up. i will just take home less money, but we hav
states has the highest corporate tax rates in the world. 35% of the federal level when you had sued have local taxes it's much higher than the employer and job creators here in america. how it impacts business is, including how it can be fact driven to decision regarding where to locate manufacturing facilities or how much to invest in r&d, how business investment higher competitiveness be impacted if we eliminated corporate tax altogether such as my job actives. the jobs that will reduce corporate taxes to zero in capital gains taxes to zero and partially would be huge economic boom instead of raising taxes would raise taxpayers with good paying jobs. as you please discuss that? >> i will not disagree with your final conclusion. i also know it brings the double taxation dialogue, especially in difficult times. i think the conclusion that you're alluding to in the question is very clear. we compete against companies headquartered in taiwan, for example, and some of them virtually have zero tax rate. so if we try to operate investors are working against some number incrementally to 35% le
the sierra club about that, and we have a great guest, a multimillionaire, who is saying raise taxes on the rich. don't miss that. and then we have two stories about--one on the cops, and how they're not doing their job in miami. the tape on that is unbelievable. [ sirens ] >> attention all units a 29 just occurred. >> investigators say he never moved. he was tied up with his lady frequent outside of dade land mall. >> cenk: what he didn't respond to is amazing. and then of course the guy who shot two other soldiers because he might have ptsd, he killed the top sniper we ever had. why did he do it, as how bad is ptsd among our troops, you'll find out. it's go time. [ ♪ music ♪ ] >> cenk: boy welcome to the "the young turks." we have an amaying story to start out with. two miami-dade officers fired and three others suspended. why? it's pretty serious stuff. they were not responding to calls that were dramatic. why? [ sirens ] >> attention all units. a 29 just occurred with a gun cash taken. black male with a black hoodie and blue jeans. he need on foot. >> an armed robbery in prog
not that long ago. the companies as part of the tax reform, it didn't. that said i still think it's a decent entry point to get some of the 4.79% yield. i'd hope it goes to a better yield. keep in mind this is the big daddy of the mlps with $50 billion market capitalization. it will sell down big if another big one offers stock. it has the biggest opportunity of them right now. i believe that's bigger even than kinder morgan and more than energy transfer partners. even as etp yields 7.7%. trust me, i learned the hard way that can't make up for the price depreciation when they're as poorly run as etp was. my charitable trust sadly knows. stick with quality. it's obvious that the insiders are. who am i to say they're wrong? i hope you get a chance to buy it underneath the price of the deal. that will be a bargain. this weekend at the super bowl, everywhere i went people asked me in a low yield environment what represents the best yield right now with value? i pointedly said nothing, fixed income. you have to own master limited partners. i will tell you have it not stressed these on this show,
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